33 More Feel-Good Christian Songs

If you’ve been following my blog for some time, you may remember that I shared 33 Feel-Good Christian Songs To Brighten Up Your Day. If you haven’t read this post, you can find it here. Today I’m sharing with you 33 more feel-good Christian songs.

I think that sometimes, as I mentioned in the previous blog post, I used to assume when I was younger that Christian music is mainly just the hymns that are sung in churches on a Sunday morning. But in fact, Christian music actually comes in a whole wide range of different genres and styles. 

Christian music is uplifting, encouraging, inspiring and can definitely brighten up your day. I love listening to Christian music, singing along, and worshipping and praising God all at the same time. Over the last few years, I’ve found so many amazing Christian songs, bands and artists. I love that when listening to them, and listening to the lyrics, they really promote the love of God and just how good God is.

This is my own personal opinion, but in a world filled with secular music that can sometimes be quite explicit, not really what young people should be listening to, or even watching in regards to many music videos created for these songs, I’ve become so much more aware of how these songs, the lyrics in particular, can dig themselves deep into a person’s mind, especially when they’re very catchy, and also when it’s an artist that we really like and admire. 

This has been me in the past. I’ve listened to probably thousands of secular songs, and followed many different bands and artists from a very young age. I’ve even been in a few different bands myself over the years, and have played lots of different songs and different genres. But then I felt a strong conviction from God, and I just took a step back from listening to all the music that I was listening to and I discovered Christian music. 

I became very aware of how music and even bands and artists can have so much influence on people. Although there are still secular songs that I listen to sometimes, I’m very picky and I like to look at the lyrics, and maybe even to find out more about who the band or artist is. In all that we do, and even in all that we listen to and consume, it’s important to look really close and ask ourselves, does this line up with God’s Word? Is what this person is singing about and doing biblical? Does this promote love? Is this something that Jesus would want us listening to?

Let me know in the comments if this is something you have experienced and felt a strong conviction for too?

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In this blog post I’ve created a Spotify playlist of 33 Christian songs that I really love listening to, by wonderful bands and artists. There are literally thousands and thousands, but in this playlist I’ve added a few that I think you’re really going to love and that will brighten up your day. I pray that these songs, as you listen to them and their lyrics, will inspire and encourage you, and help you to just take some time out of your day to worship and praise God. 

33 More Feel-Good Christian Songs

Everything Is Possible by Philippa Hanna

My Jesus by Anne Wilson

Rise Up (Lazarus) by CAIN

New Day by Danny Gokey

Jesus Is Coming Back (feat. Mandisa & Jonathan Traylor) by Jordan Feliz

My Lighthouse by Rend Collective

In You I’m Found by Gateway Youth

Details by Sarah Reeves

Grateful by Lion of Judah

Jesus on the Radio by Jamie Kimmett

All Along by Jordan Feliz

Your Love Is Forever by Elle Limebear 

Real Love by The Kingdom Choir 

God So Loved by We The Kingdom

Miracles by Colton Dixon

Love God Love People by Danny Gokey 

Love by We Are Messengers 

You Keep Hope Alive by Mandisa

Glorify by Jordan Feliz

Wake Up Sleeper by Austin French

Hills and Valleys by Tauren Wells

I Just Need U. by TobyMac

Enough by Koryn Hawthorne

Love Lifting Me by Tasha Layton

North Star by Elle Limebear

Grace Wins by Matthew West

New Day by Ben Cantelon

Battle Belongs by Phil Wickham

I Saw The Light by Philippa Hannah

Made New by Lincoln Brewster

Yes He Can by CAIN

Keep On Hoping by Riley Clemmons

Good God Almighty by Crowder

What are some of your favourite Christian songs? I would love to know. Let me know in the comments below.


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3 thoughts on “33 More Feel-Good Christian Songs”

  1. Fellow Christian

    You need a bit of Casting Crowns, Mark Shultz and Michael W Smith in there lol but it’s a great list other than that!!

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